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  • Life After Stars

    New Season 5: Sheree Whitfield

    Sheree Whitfield started her television career by starring in Bravo's highest rated show to date, The Real Housewives of Atlanta. After four seasons, she decided enough was enough and left the show.

  • Life After Stars

    New Season 5: Maia Campbell

    A 19, Maia was already starring with LL Cool J and Debbie Allen on the hit series In The House, but her life took a turn when she was diagnosed with bipolar disorder. After some struggles coping with her disease, she is now three years sober and ready to start the next chapter of her life in the TV business.

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    New Season 5: Sheryl Lee Ralph

    Sheryl Lee Ralph quickly rose to fame after her original performance as Deena Jones in the critically-acclaimed Broadway musical “Dreamgirls.” A TV sitcom veteran, Ralph also has an activist's spirit, raising AIDS awareness with her popular “Divas Simply Singing!” benefit concert. “Life After” provides a glimpse into this phenomenal woman's life, as a Senator's wife, a mother, and a life long performer.

  • Life After Stars

    New Season 5: Clifton Davis

    Even in high school, Clifton Davis knew he would be a star! His musical talents led him to write The Jackson 5 hit "Never Can Say Goodbye" and landed a starring role on Broadway. His work led to his best-known TV roles in the hit shows "That's My Mama" and "Amen." He now has a Master of Divinity and is an ordained Seventh-day Adventist minister.

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    New Season 5: Shirley Murdock

    As a young girl growing up in the church, Shirley Murdock knew she wanted to be a gospel singer. However, she first found fame and fortune in the secular world, after singing on Zapp's hit single “Computer Love.” Her powerful voice and incredible stage presence opened the door to a record deal with Warner Brothers and her own hits, including “As We Lay.” Now a seasoned gospel singer Shirley Murdock brings us into her world of music and love on her “Life After” episode.

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    New Season 5: Levar Burton

    Life After follows LeVar Burton's multi-decade spanning career that has encompassed a variety of different successes. From the epic series Roots, to Star Trek: The Next Generation, to the Peabody and Emmy award-winning children's series Reading Rainbow, Burton is unstoppable! He now resides with his family in Sherman Oaks, California as he perfects the Reading Rainbow App.

  • Life After Stars

    New Season 5: Adina Howard

    Adina Howard is one of the first “sexy” female R&B artists to storm the stage. Her single “Freak Like Me” soared to the top of the Billboard charts in 1995 and other hits and albums like “T-Shirt and Panties” and “Nasty Grind” added to the singer's success. “Life After” follows Adina Howard as she records and performs new music, talks about her culinary skills as a chef, and shares her story of falling and being in love with her new husband.

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    New Season 5: Jimmie Walker

    Dyn-o-mite! Sitcom icon Jimmie Walker began his career working behind the scenes at a local radio station, but he knew he was destined to be in the spotlight. When he was cast as J.J. Evans on the legendary television show “Good Times,” Jimmie Walker became a household name.

  • Life After Stars

    Marla Gibbs

    Marla Gibbs won the hearts of TV viewers everywhere in 1975 as The Jeffersons live-in housekeeper Florence. Nearly 40 years later she is still acting and keeping her co-stars in check.

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    Karyn White

    Karyn White's voice was certified "special" from some of the biggest names in the biz. Her hit "Superwoman" is an R&B favorite.